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    Knicks Basketball is Back! (I guess?)

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    Wow. I honestly was not expecting this. If anything I felt as if the NBA might not have had the games in Orlando, but now it seems like the NBA is all in. The NBA is closing in on signing off on the second bubble in Chicago for the eight teams that were not invited to the bubble in Orlando, enabling mini-training camps and subsequent games against other clubs with a target date of September, according to Woj.

    Knicks basketball will be back.

    So, what does this mean for the Knicks? My hope is we get to see the younger guys like Kenny Wooten, Iggy, and Knox play have minutes because obviously these games mean nothing. We will most likely have a new coach at this time as well, so we can see how we do with him and see his coaching style and rotations.

    I’m just glad I can watch some Knick basketball before December!

    However:

    A) I think our vets will not want to play because these games mean absolutely nothing, and they are all FA.

    B) I think if anything each team should just practice at their training facilities. I feel as if these games are not needed and many people will not want to play.

    Let me know your thoughts on the bubble!

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